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Episode 235: Thank Your Mr. Oriole
On this week's episode, we begin by recapping the end of the regular season, and previewing the divisional round matchups between the Rays and Rangers, Phillies and Marlins, Brewers and Diamondbacks, and Twins and Blue Jays. From there, we pay tribute to Mr. Oriole and Baseball Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson, and discuss the new managerial openings for the Mets and Giants after the firings of Buck Showalter and Gabe Kapler, the Orioles re-signing a 30 year lease at Camden Yards, and our all-time bad beat on Bovada.
Episode 234: One Week Left? Lets Get Crazy!
On this week's episode, we preview the final week of the MLB regular season, including playoff races in the AL West, and the NL Wildcard, that may come down to the final game of the season. From there, we discuss what we know about Shohei Ohtani's elbow procedure, the Tigers hire of Scott Greenberg as their new GM, the qualifying offer rising to a record $20.5 million this offseason, a gift-giving blunder in Oakland for a legend, and how injuries for the Braves and Marlins may shape their playoff hopes.
Episode 233: Fall is Not in Bloom for Chaim
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing Chaim Bloom's removal as the head of baseball operations after four seasons with the Red Sox, three of which had the team in last place. From there, we discuss the saga over Shohei Ohtani cleaning out his locker, the Rays announcing a new stadium in St. Petersburg, Max Scherzer's season being ended due to injury, Mike Rizzo's extension to remain with the Nationals, and the official retirement of Bartolo "Big Sexy" Colon as a member of the New York Mets.
Episode 232: The Mets Get Their Architect of The Future
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing Julio Urias' arrest for felony domestic violence and placement on the administrative list, placing his free agency, and future in the sport in question. From there, we discuss David Stearns' hire as the new President of Baseball Operations for the Mets, Jason Dominguez's torn UCL seven games into his career, German Marquez's extension with the Rockies, the latest news on NBP free-agent starting pitchers, potential Mike Trout trade targets, and Andurw Jones' number retirement.
Episode 231: Are Angels Fans Cursed?
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing the tightest playoff and award races with September's arrival, and Jasson Dominguez's arrival in the Bronx bringing the latest strange moment in the Yankees season. From there, we discuss the Angels waiving the white flag on their season one-month after going all-in at the deadline, losing Lucas Giolotio, Matt Moore, and Reynaldo Lopez via waivers. To wrap up, we discuss Chris Getz being internally promoted as the White Sox GM, Harrison Bader and Hunter Renfroe heading to the Reds, pitch clock rules in the postseason, and a string of fan-related incidents across baseball.
Episode 230: Say It Ain't Sho
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing Shohei Ohtani's second UCL tear of his career, and how it will impact his pending free agency in terms of money, and potential suitors. From there, we discuss the White Sox firing Team President Ken Williams and General Manager Rick Hahn after 20+ years with the team, World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg retiring due to injuries, Brian Cashman's statements about the Yankees season, Adam Jones' retirement, and Robert Suarez's suspension due to a sticky-substance ejection.
Wonderful podcast. Bryce and Chase have incredible takes. That Bryce guy sure seems like he lives a cool life, getting a job at a bar and stuff.
Wonderful podcast. Although, I am not a fan of the Noah Levine narration slander. His voice is beautiful.
Madorsky is great. Specter has a trash fantasy team